In pairs we had to work to the brief “Out of Order.” In our pair we concluded that out of order meant “out of normal sequence” and we then found a quote regarding the topic – “order is never observed; it is disorder that attracts attention because it is awkward and intrusive.”

We decided to do something based around this and try and disrupt the typical order of someone’s day. To do this we went to Liverpool Street Station, and threw loads of balloons off a balcony. At the time it seemed like it would be much more disruptive than it actually was, people generally ignored them which was upsetting. Thinking back we could have definately thought of something much more distracting a disruptive to do, we just got a bit caught in the moment as we got the idea so late.

– pictures to come –


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